Apparently there is a German family here in the U.S. who fled Germany because Germany is mean to homeschool (asking them science questions, maybe?). This German family was pretty busy being refugees and homeschooling and, unfortunately, were unable to find the time to renew their visas so now America wants to send them back to the persecution they fled from. If they get sent back they'll most likely be subjected to books with questions that have answers that aren't "the Bible" so it could be pretty rough.
In an effort to keep them in the U.S. there is now a petition going around gathering signatures requesting this family be able to stay because...ummm...the Bible
I'm not sure who the graphic designer was who made their poster, but I am pretty sure I know where he received his education...
Judging by this poster/meme it would appear the type of persecution homeschool kids in Germany are being subjected to is primarily parents tenderly holding their children's hands. That seems...not that terrible. I'm not sure this is conveying the message they had hoped if they want to gather the necessary signatures in order to keep mean ol' Germany from getting this family back and persecuting them with hand holding.
Instead, why not try something that will strike right to the core of every homeschool parent and child, motivating them to sign the petition without thinking twice about it. Notice I stuck with a homeschool design theme so no one would have reason to suspect the lame-stream media was trying to manipulate them into betraying America. I think something like this might be just the thing: